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Busy body media agenda pollutes sports journalism

OPINION: Pathetic faux outrage over rugby men/women’s scheduling a symptom of media failure.

NBR columnist Martin Devlin speaks with Hamish McNicol.

Martin Devlin Tue, 08 Nov 2022

The forced and very biased political agenda of sports ‘reporting’ has never been more evident here than in the pathetic faux outrage expressed by all the mainstream media outlets in regards to the scheduling botch-up involving the All Blacks and Black Ferns.

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Martin Devlin Tue, 08 Nov 2022
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